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    Default Shores of Korantia Cover: Sneak Peak

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    Very cool cover.

    Pardon my ignorance: is this 'Age of Treason reloaded' or a different setting?

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    That is a very nice cover. Can you share any details on the product that will be underneath it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiorgan View Post
    Very cool cover.

    Pardon my ignorance: is this 'Age of Treason reloaded' or a different setting?
    Shores of Korantia is a settings book in the same world as Age of Treason, and in the same era. However its focus and point of view is not the Taskan Empire but the land of Korantia, a collection of some 40 city states that comprise the Korantine Empire - although this is an Empire in name only and our young Emperor Koibos XXIV (pictured on the cover) has little actual say over how these cities govern their affairs and they are fiercely competitive with one another, even to the point of warfare.

    Shores also explores the Inner Ocean and provides information on some of the exotic lands and people that lie beyond it - as well as the rules you need to navigate your way there. And there's an extensive set of adventures set around a recently Korantine founded colony, its people and intrigues with neighbouring lands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by General Panic View Post
    Shores of Korantia is a settings book in the same world as Age of Treason, and in the same era. However its focus and point of view is not the Taskan Empire but the land of Korantia, a collection of some 40 city states that comprise the Korantine Empire - although this is an Empire in name only and our young Emperor Koibos XXIV (pictured on the cover) has little actual say over how these cities govern their affairs and they are fiercely competitive with one another, even to the point of warfare.

    Shores also explores the Inner Ocean and provides information on some of the exotic lands and people that lie beyond it - as well as the rules you need to navigate your way there. And there's an extensive set of adventures set around a recently Korantine founded colony, its people and intrigues with neighbouring lands.
    Very interesting. So, there's no need of owning the Taskan Empire book to enjoy this setting?
    Is there any connection with Monster Island's setting? I have a vague remembrance of having read something about this connection somewhere.

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    Very interesting. So, there's no need of owning the Taskan Empire book to enjoy this setting?
    None at all. Its self contained - although the Age of Treason book still contains lots of great material.

    Is there any connection with Monster Island's setting? I have a vague remembrance of having read something about this connection somewhere.
    Yes there is. There's guidance given on where to site Monster Island in the world of Thennla, and one of the scenarios would easily dovetail with using Monster Island full-on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrence.whitaker View Post
    Yes there is. There's guidance given on where to site Monster Island in the world of Thennla, and one of the scenarios would easily dovetail with using Monster Island full-on.
    Very cool!


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